Ronald K.L. Collins
Al Bendich, Defender of ‘Howl’ and Lenny Bruce’s Comedy, Is Dead at 85 - Prof. Ron Collins quoted
- The New York Times
Al Bendich, a lawyer who successfully defended the right to free speech in two landmark midcentury obscenity cases — involving Allen Ginsberg’s poem “Howl” and Lenny Bruce’s nightclub act — died on Jan. 5 in Oakland, Calif. He was 85.
Posner v. Posner on “granting rights of free speech to school kids” - Prof. Ron Collins quoted
- The Washington Post
Ron Collins’s extensive and revealing interview of Judge Richard Posner continues at Concurring Opinions — today it’s on free speech.
Many questions for Judge Richard Posner - Prof. Ron Collins Featured
- The Washington Post
Ron Collins has been posting an interesting many-part interview with Judge Richard Posner. Today was the fourth post, which includes a number of questions by various legal figures — journalists, judges, law professors — including me (and co-blogger Eugene).
The Maverick – A Biographical Sketch of Judge Richard Posner: Part I - By Prof. Ron Collins
- Concurring Opinions
Below is the first installment in a multi-part series of posts on Seventh Circuit Judge Richard Posner. The first two installments consist of an unconventional biographical profile of the Judge. These posts will be followed by a series of posts consisting of the Judge’s candid and often unexpected responses to numerous questions I posed to him along with those of 24 noted legal figures.
Coming Soon: Posner on Posner, a Crowd-Sourced Interview
- The National Law Journal
Richard Posner, the prolific and often controversial judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, has answered more than 150 questions submitted via email by a group of legal scholars and others. His responses will appear over several days on the Concurring Opinions blog.
Ask the author: Garrett Epps on clashing visions on the Court - By Prof. Ronald Collins
The following is a series of questions posed by Ronald Collins on the occasion of the publication of American Justice 2014: Nine Clashing Visions on the Supreme Court (University of Pennsylvania Press), by University of Baltimore law professor Garrett Epps, who is also the Supreme Court correspondent for The Atlantic Online.